“I’ve had this problem for a few years, every time I’m going to get a haircut, Justin Bieber happens to get the same one” – Two grad students in Lash Miller’s stairwell
TLDR: take the late penalty if you think you’ll learn more from it
There are two types of people at U of T, ones that do not mind Robarts and ones that dislike it for no particular reason.
My motivation went from 100 to 0, real quick
The issue is… a one-hour break quickly turns into two-hours or three. I call this the “black-hole-dining-hall” effect.
My physics teacher in Grade 12 who is a U of T alum told me that “There’s no such thing as a free lunch” – i.e. nothing in life comes free, you need to work for it. My friend Danielle…
I miss my cat, my parents and the food (in no particular order)…
Having free drop-in sessions on campus allows students to take a break from their work and come back with a clearer mind. It also provides an environment for beginners to practice with guidance of instructors. It’s a pretty cool thing to have on campus!
We all have one or two people that we ALWAYS see in almost all our classes. Most of the time, it’s obvious to both parties; but it can be nerve wrecking to go up to them and ask “What’s your POSt?”
When I told my nuclear engineering friend at UOIT that U of T puts a professor on a bed of nails annually for a course, he thought I meant figuratively.